Hedda gets her hooks in deep.
She’s crafty, cunning, complicated, and deadly cold. She’s no ones friend, no ones lover, no ones possession. Yet she is one of the most coveted female roles in modern theatre because she is deeply fascinating and always just out of reach. Her motivations are rationally baffling but somehow instinctually clear.
She now comes to the Blue Room via Norwegian actress and producer Marthe Snorresdotter Rovik, who gives us a HEDDA for our times in this revamped, reconstructed version of Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler.
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